Xspf player tune-up

I discovered yesterday the XSPF Web Music Player, made by Fabricio Zuardi: a clean looking, playlist based music player that loads from XSPF (XML Shareable Playlist Format) playlists. It contains alot of the items I have in my Jukebox Player, give and take a few. I decided I could give the dreary looking player a little boost, so I did. I added a clickable and draggable timeplace bar, Shuffle and Random buttons, an alphabetize playlist option, and a few extra start options. I also cleaned up his code a bit. However, I took out the picture viewer because as of now I don’t like having to insert each URL manually. I can’t post the code right now because of possible copywright infringements. I’ll have to check later.

7 thoughts on “Xspf player tune-up

  1. Hey. I’ve been looking to add a shuffle and repeat button for quite some time…

    Would you mind sending me the code?

  2. I didn’t mean my last comment as to bash your work, I was actually very impressed, but a simple setting during compiling your SWF could prevent people from decompiling your work. take care

  3. I didn’t mean my last comment as to bash your work, I was actually very impressed, but a simple setting during compiling your SWF could prevent people from decompiling your work. take care

  4. Nice work! Would indeed be dandy if you could quickly throw together a slim player that allows your new parameters, particularly ‘shuffle’ and ‘color’. Also, wondering if it is possible to do away with track numbers…like shuffle on and iPod, where you have a selection of tunes that randomly play with no need for track numbering. Thanks for considering it.

    Cheers!

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